Eye II Eye cd cover


Eye II Eye

You would think that after more than twenty years in the business, a band like the Scorpions would know better than to chase such a stupid fad. I defended them after their last album, Pure Instinct, but I can't help them here. Sampled looping drum tracks never sounded more out of place. This album makes me sad. The guitar tone is fuzzy and washed out and they'd need a tow truck to pick up the pace. The album is just littered with ballads and they even managed to mess up most of those with weird percussion and weak guitars. Throughout the cd you can catch little glimpses of the band we used to know. A vocal melody, a lttle piece of a riff, but then it disappears. They are gone now. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. Mysterious
  2. To Be No. 1
  3. Obsession
  4. 10 Light Years Away
  5. Mind Like A Tree
  6. Eye To Eye
  7. What U Give U Get Back
  8. Skywriter
  9. Yellow Butterfly
  10. Freshly Squeezed
  11. Priscilla
  12. Du Bist So Schmutzig
  13. Aleyah
  14. A Moment in a Million Years


VOCALS: Klaus Meine
GUITAR: Rudolf Schenker
Matthias Jabs
BASS: Ralph Rieckermann
DRUMS: James Kottak
GUESTS: Peter Wolf
Herman Rarebell
Mick Jones


LABEL: Koch Records
“My body's cold, my steps are slow, a blackened mind, I'm feeling low. Taste of wine and cheap perfume telling me it's time to leave this room.”